Enjoy a one day visit to the Caminito del Rey in Málaga departing from Seville in private transport and being accompanied by a local guide.
On this trip you are able to witness one of the most spectacular natural environments in Andalusia. The Caminito del Rey was reopened in 2015 to the public and is now one of the highest-rated adventure activities in Spain.
|18 + years||18 – 25 years||8 – 17 years|
|95 €||69 €||69 €|
Group Discounts: 10% (4-5 people), 15% (6-7 people) and 20% (8+people) They will be applied automatically.
*Students: From 18 to 25 years old with currently valid student card.
Start time: 9:00 in the morning.
Length: 10 hours.
Minimun age: 8 years old.
Meeting point: You can choose between three pick up points in the center of Seville:
A) The tourist office in calle Trajano, 6 (at 8:45 am) (View on map)
B) The Hotel Don Paco main door in Plaza Jerónimo de Córdoba, 4 (at 8:50 am) (View on map)
C) Av. Menendez Pelayo, 3 by the Cano y Cueto Parking P sign. (at 9:00 am) (View on map)
For any question contact us before booking. You will be in touch with your guide and able to communicate directly in case any problems occur.
The package includes: Private transport to and from Seville, local guide, travel insurance, and Caminito del Rey tickets.
Not included: Meals and drinks, but you are free to bring your own food or try the local tastes of the town.
Recommendations: Comfortable items of clothing, such as sport shoes, and a small provision of water for personal use are strongly recommended. Depending on the weather conditions, other complementary items such as a hat, sun cream, or an umbrella may be helpful.
Booking time limit: 24 hours in advance.
Cancelations: Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance.
Beginning in Seville, you meet at one of the agreed upon meeting points and head out close to 9 a.m.
Your destination will be the province of Malaga, specifically the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes between the towns of Alora, Ardales, and Antequera, where you will enter Caminito del Rey.
Inaugurated in 1921 by King Alfonso XIII, Caminito del Rey was designed for construction of the Gualdalhorce Benjumea, but after years of neglect it because a dangerous road and was closed in 2005.
Magnificently restored and reopened in 2015, the road is now completely safe and accessible. In fact, it is now one of the highest rated and most popular destinations in the region. With almost 8 kilometers of breathtaking paths and trials, the excursion leaves you surrounded by the beautiful mountainside and landscapes of the Andalusian region.
You will be welcomed by a specialized guide who, after some quick safety tips, will accompany you throughout the route and explain the history of the trail, its vegetation and its indigenous wildlife in detail.
For approximately 3 hours you will cover the 7.7 kilometers of the Caminito del Rey, all while having the opportunity to take beautiful photos in the heart of nature, and especially cross the impressive Desfiladero de los Gaitanes bridge
At the end of your tour you will be picked up and taken out to eat at a restaurant and taste the local gastronomy and enjoy free time. Use this time to appreciate the unique environment you are in and take in all you have seen today in Malaga. Afterwards return to Seville, arriving at about 19:00 (7 p.m.).
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A very nice walk. There is no risk and no vertigo. Our guide very pleasant and entertaining. The restaurant where we ate, with beautiful views, very well, very attentive and rich and abundant menu.
We were touched by Enrique a driver, who in turn also made us a super nice guide. He told us stories about the Caminito del Rey and informed us about the curious points of the Caminito, among other things. In short, a 9 out of 10.